ASUS debuts the Radeon RX 470 Strix video card

ASUS debuts the Radeon RX 470 Strix video card

ASUS has added one more Strix video card to its already extensive portfolio of such products. This time we are talking about the just announced Radeon RX 470 Strix model, which comes just days after AMD launched this video card model.

The new Strix video card offers a ton of features that include excellent performance, advanced cooling and improved reliability. The ASUS Radeon RX 470 Strix also features an overclocked GPU that runs at 1270 MHz in OC mode. ASUS says the new card delivers 23 per cent better performance than Radeon R9 380 reference cards in 3D Mark Fire Strike Extreme and 25 per cent better performance in Hitman.

The Radeon RX 470 Strix features the advanced DirectCU II cooling solution, which comes with a patented dual wing-blade noiseless fan that is designed to deliver maximum airflow for 30 per cent cooler and three times quieter performance. The implemented ASUS FanConnect technology makes sure that the card’s GPU will not overheat during intense gaming sessions. The new ASUS video card also uses Super Alloy Power II components, which ensure hardware components with excellent quality, RGB LEDs for cool looks and GPU Tweak II technology with XSplit Gamecaster.

The new Radeon RX 470 Strix by ASUS is now available worldwide. The price of the card is unknown at the moment.

Source: ASUS

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